PL AT HALF: Man City, Liverpool behind at the break
The Premier League is very much dealing in unpredictability on Saturday, where Liverpool and Manchester City sit behind the 8-ball after 45 minutes of play.
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Elsewhere, Arsenal leads despite the visiting Wolves looking quite good, Newcastle has two and may well have had four at West Ham, while Sheffield United has a lead at Burnley.
Only one match remains 0-0.
Arsenal 1-0 Wolves – CNBC [STREAM]
Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang has another goal, and he found the finishing easy after some fine work from Alexandre Lacazette.
Aston Villa 1-0 Liverpool – [STREAM]
Trezeguet collects a John McGinn free kick and beats Alisson Becker between the legs to open the scoring at Villa Park.
Brighton 0-0 Norwich – [STREAM]
Nothing cooking at the Amex.
Sheffield United 3-0 Burnley – [STREAM]
Fantasy darling John Lundstram is on the board twice for the Blades against Sean Dyche’s visitors, with John Fleck adding a third.
West Ham United 0-2 Newcastle United – [STREAM]
The center backs are on the board, as Newcastle has its first multi-goal game of the season through Ciaran Clark and Federico Fernandez.
Manchester City 0-1 Southampton – NBCSN [STREAM]
Stuart Armstrong’s rain-soaked rip was fumbled by Ederson and James Ward-Prowse bundled home to give Saints a surprising lead